Graduate Resident Fellows

Graduate Resident Fellows

Graduate Resident Fellows (GRFs) are PhD students who live in Alice Cook House and who support the House Professor-Dean, Assistant Dean, and House Fellows in creating a positive, vibrant and academically engaging living-learning community.  GRFs serve as mentors and role models to undergraduate residents and they serve in leadership roles for academic enrichment by promoting a variety of programs and activities.

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Graduate Resident Fellow

Beulah is a PhD candidate in Computational Biology. Who knew we could even compute biology these days? Well, Beulah is doing it and she claims to like it.

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Graduate Resident Fellow

Iman Ali is a second-year PhD student in the Department of Anthropology. She is primarily interested in exploring the role of bureaucracy in the humanitarian aid world in Lebanon.

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Graduate Resident Fellow

Andy L. Barrientos-Gómez is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Romance Studies where he studies Latin American literature, film, and television. His area of study allows him to travel to beautiful places in Mexico and Brazil.

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Graduate Resident Fellow

Alikhan is a 3rd year Ph.D. student in Biomedical Engineering. His research aims to create a biological replacement for damaged or degenerated intervertebral discs via tissue engineering.

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Graduate Resident Fellow

Stephanie ‘Steph’ Fuchs is a fifth-year PhD student in the department of Biological and Environmental Engineering.

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Graduate Resident Fellow

Rafael Torralvo is a violinist and Ph.D. candidate in music and sound studies at Cornell University.